The Jeep From World War II to the Present DayBook - 2000
Jeep is an American automotive legend, evolving from little more than a mechanical mule into a marque synonymous with luxury four-wheel drive sport utility vehicles. This large-format photohistory is superbly illustrated with specially commissioned color photographs representing every phase of the rugged 4x4's six-decade career under the auspices of three manufacturers: Willys-Overland, AMC, and DaimlerCrysler. Beginning with the Jeep's delivery to Allied forces in 1941 and continuing through its successful postwar makeover into the CJ (Civilian Jeep), all popular models through today's sophisticated Grand Cherokee are featured in marvelous photography depicting the vehicles in a variety of evocative surroundings.
Publisher: Osceola, WI : MBI Pub. Co., 2000
Branch Call Number: 629.2222 Carroll
Characteristics: 144 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm